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George Elvis deLonghi Wickham (7 August – 23 February ) was a noted English alien hunter. He was briefly associated with the author Jane Austen, although their relationship ended in some acrimony, resulting in the unflattering portrayal of him in her controversial novel Pride and Prejudice. Very little other information about Wickham is in the public domain. He is rumoured to have made over a thousand kills and was awarded the Order of the , the highest accolade for bravery in the face of tentacles. He was fluent in French, East Westphalian and kk'Ekk.
Wickham Peninsular War. This brought him to the attention of Colonel , who asked him to join his team at the Department for Unusual Affairs. His first assignment was to . dressed as a puffin without his trousers. Following the success of this mission, Wickham was , in order to protect Lydia Bennet. However, and ; vanished without further trace.
The first alien war
Whilst searching for Lydia, in Whitechapel. Annie Chapman "Prussian style" in a back passage off Pox Lane. Reverend William Smallpiece Collins, mission for fallen women Lady Catherine de Bourgh. The unfortunate consequence of this was that , , and Mrs Elizabeth Darcy .
Shortly after this, Lord Byron utter filth. , , like coconuts. But he was unable to enjoy this brief respite, because almost immediately . So Wickham immediately set off for .
After rescuing Midsummer Ball ! Fortunately, no-one was injured in the incident, although studded leather codpiece. In the ensuing confusion, Wickham trussed up like a chicken. Accompanied by Sir Humphrey Davy, Wickham was now able to shaped like a herring, and burnt to the ground.
As a result of this success, Wickham was promoted to and given command of .
The second alien war
Information on Wickham's involvement in this is sparse. However, what is known is that . , . : . . ! ? , . - . ; , . , . , , , .
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In later life, Wickham retired to the country, where he lived out his years in peaceful contemplation, accompanied by , his faithful .